Another image I was hesitant to upload initially. 
This was a favour to my partner for a production of ‘The Snow Queen’ she was working on in St. Mary’s in Chester.
She needed an arctic map designing for 2 actors to use in the foyer as an immersive experience for the audience to see around them before the actual show.
I’m entirely sure whether many people actually saw it but it was fun to do in the very short turnaround.
Also the first time I incorporated circles in my work for a loooong time.
I only like the 2 corner pieces with the characters and birds based on the Prince and Princess in the story along with their Crow and Dove.

Another image I was hesitant to upload initially.

This was a favour to my partner for a production of ‘The Snow Queen’ she was working on in St. Mary’s in Chester.

She needed an arctic map designing for 2 actors to use in the foyer as an immersive experience for the audience to see around them before the actual show.

I’m entirely sure whether many people actually saw it but it was fun to do in the very short turnaround.

Also the first time I incorporated circles in my work for a loooong time.

I only like the 2 corner pieces with the characters and birds based on the Prince and Princess in the story along with their Crow and Dove.

2 Designs I created a while ago for a local Cafe near the bar where I work.

The owner was re-opening his cafe, on Northgate street in Chester, as a jacket potato and wraps food bar called “Jack It In and Wrap it Up”

He asked me to do some character designs for him.

Went for the cliched play on words- sorry.

I quite like the way “Jacket Ian” turned out but the only thing I like on the Wrap figure was the stereotypical, and quite outdated, afro lettuce with a feature tomato hair brush stuck in it.

Anyway there you go, I bet you never knew you wanted these boys in your life today.

Here are all the things I’ll be taking to Thoughtbubble 2013 this weekend.

"Memory Cards: Glourious Beasts [edition]"

- A 3 character print collection of the characters from some of the video-games I used to play-and still do- along with some of my fondest memories whilst playing them.

"FACadES" 

- A short book of prints with designs incorporating a handful of African Tribes’ most worshipped gods/goddesses.

"Armos definitely just heard something…" 

- Inspired by the original Legend of Zelda NES game.

"The Inevitable Tussle"

- Inspired by Pokemon X/Y & Digimon. Let’s be honest, it really was inevitable…

"Flashy"

-Inspired by Francis Manapul’s ‘The Flash’ ongoing DC New 52 series.

"Ultramang [1966]" 

-Inspired by the 1966 Japanese TV show: Ultraman Hayata. The show really balances the awesome with the hilarious fight sequences.

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So that’s what I’ll be taking to Leeds with me. Really excited for this year’s show, it’s gona be huge!

I’ll be sharing space with Ted Brandt, Rosy Higgins & Tom Eddy on Table 103

So please come and say hi!